Berlin: Young Man Beaten And Attacked For Wearing Kippa

This happened Tuesday afternoon in Berlin, in broad daylight. A young man who was wearing a Kippa is attacked and beaten by another young man who yells “Yahudi something something”.

Last night we posted a video of a young Jewish boy in Berlin being beaten by a Muslim for wearing his kippa. YouTube took Vlad’s video down shortly after I posted it, so I replaced the old embed with his BitChute version.

Strangely enough, however, RT posted a version of the same videoon YouTube this morning.

Here’s what Egri and Vlad had to say today:

When Vlad published this video on YouTube last night, YouTube immediately took it down, for “violating their guidelines”. So Vlad re-uploaded it to Bitchute. We are aware that Bitchute is not as convenient and popular yet as YouTube, but please take the moment to watch. Also, the more we use Bitchute, the more user-friendly it will get.

 

The Daily Mail posted the entire video on its site as well!

There is something particularly odd about YouTube’s decision to remove this video. Much like the way they leave up videos of imams preaching supremacy and hatred but remove the videos of the same when translated to show that they are indeed saying these things.

 

Even if there is an innocent explanation, its wrong from the ground on down. We must be allowed to expose the reality of enemy propaganda for the home crowd, and we MUST be allowed to show the EFFECTS of that propaganda, which this video most certainly does.

 

Without imams constantly preaching that Jews should be attacked, this just wouldn’t happen. So not to remove videos showing imams saying such things, and then to remove videos showing Muslims following these instructions, makes YouTube APPEAR to be in league with them, whether they are or are not.

The Daily mail posted the entire video on its site as well!

There is something particularly odd about Youtube’s decision to remove this video. Much like how they leave up videos of imams preaching supremacy and hatred but remove the videos of the same when translated to show they are indeed saying these things.

Even if there is an innocent explanation, its wrong from the ground on down. We must be allowed to expose the reality of enemy propaganda for the home crowd and we MUST be allowed to show the EFFECTS of that propaganda, which this video most certainly does.

Without imams constantly preaching to attack Jews, this just wouldn’t happen. So to remove videos showing imams saying such, and then removing videos showing then following these instructions, it makes Youtube APPEAR to be in league with them, whether they are or are not.

UPDATE:

RT now has the SAME VIDEO on Youtube!

(Mirrored from Gates of Vienna.net)

24 Replies to “Berlin: Young Man Beaten And Attacked For Wearing Kippa”

  1. It’s unfortunate that common folk are not allowed to announce the news online. This is a news story.

  2. Is anyone surprised by this? Does any Vlad reader doubt that wearing a kippa in any city in Germany, indeed, in any muslim-dominated area of pretty well any Western city would be foolhardy and dangerous? Multiculturalism: feel the love (or is that “hate”?)

  3. How to Be Jewish
    Judaism is an ancient religion rich with culture, history, and tradition. Whether you are thinking about converting to Judaism or you simply want to take your Jewish faith a little deeper, there are numerous ways for you to learn about and participate in Judaism. Through Jewish study, participation in Jewish culture, engagement with a Jewish community, and, if desired, a strict devotional practice, you can connect to your faith and deepen your connection to Judaism.

    Method One of Four:
    Studying Judaism

    1
    Read central Jewish texts. The primary sacred text of Judaism is the Tanach (also known as the Jewish Bible). This document is composed of three parts: the Pentateuch (Torah), the Prophets (Nevi’im) and the Writings (Ketuvim). Other sacred Jewish books include the Mishnah, Talmud, and Midrash. Find a Jewish study group or private tutor to guide you through these ancient texts.[1]

    2
    Engage in a period of Jewish study. Whether you are converting to Judaism or simply looking to deepen your practice, a period of study can educate you and connect you to the faith. Many synagogues and Jewish centers offer classes.[2]
    For some Jewish communities, taking a course like this is required before you can seek conversion to the faith.
    Classes can last anywhere from 14 weeks to 1 year.
    Look for a rabbi who will sponsor you and guide you in your journey.[3]

    3
    Learn about the five main denominations of Judaism. Learn a bit about each of the five major Jewish traditions. This can help you determine where you would like to fit and better understand the Jewish faith.[4] These are:
    Hasidic – This denomination is very strict and conservative, embodying the religion in every aspect of life. Hasids also incorporate Jewish mysticism into their teachings.
    Orthodox – Orthodox Judaism has several sub-denominations, the most common being Modern Orthodox. In general, Orthodox Jews stringently adhere to all laws and customs of the religion, while Modern Orthodox Jews typically try to balance a secular lifestyle with that as well.
    Conservative – Conservative Jews are generally more lenient in observance than Orthodox Jews, but conservatives are adherent to the basic values and tradition of the religion.
    Reform – This denomination is quite lenient in observance, though aware of the basic values and traditions of Judaism.
    Reconstructionist – This denomination is also very lenient in observance. They practice a mostly secular lifestyle.”

    4
    Study the basics of Hebrew. Even a very primitive grasp of Hebrew can deepen your understanding of the Jewish faith. If you can handle some Hebrew pronunciation, you can participate more fully in synagogue. If you understand some key words, you can better understand the prayers.[5]
    Take a class, or seek a Hebrew tutor.
    Ask a rabbi for advice on how to best study basic Hebrew.

    5
    Read about Jewish history. Learning about the history of Jewish people is an excellent way to connect with your Judaism. Historical knowledge can deepen your connection to Jewish people, and make you a more intelligent conversationalist in the Jewish community.[6] Some books on Jewish history include:
    Border Lines by Daniel Boyarin.
    Between Muslim and Jew by Steven Wasserstrom.
    The Compunctious Poet by Ross Brann.
    Two Nations in Your Womb by Israel Jacob Yuval.
    Founder of Hasidism by Murray Jay Rosman.”
    https://www.wikihow.com/Be-Jewish

    How to be a Christian

    “1
    See your need of Jesus. Take a look at the Ten Commandments for a moment. Have you ever lied? Blasphemed? Stolen (even something small)? Looked at someone with adulterous or lustful feelings? In Christianity, we are born with original sin, and act as sinners through our lives, even after accepting Jesus: as Jesus said, “If you look upon a woman to lust, then you are guilty of adultery already” (Matthew 5:27-28). He who hates a brother or sister is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life residing in him. ( 1 John 3:15). You have to face God on judgment day to give an account of your sins. If you die in your sins, God has to send you away from Himself to Hell, called the second death, for transgressing His law.
    Realize, however, that He sent Jesus to give Himself willingly on the cross and so: If you believe, receive the Holy Spirit, and repent of your sins, then after you are saved, you will also serve others as if it is to God himself.
    As Son of Man, Jesus said, “Father, if it is your will, let this bitter cup pass from me — nevertheless, ‘not my will but thine be done’.”, giving Himself freely as the sacrifice for you so that you may now turn, “repent (change your mind) therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out/wiped away, when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord;” (Acts 3:19)[1]

    2
    Believe that Jesus died on the cross for your sins. Believe, further, that Jesus died and rose again from the dead to pay the penalty for your sins and make you right with God. Believe the basic doctrine of Christ’s redemptive death and resurrection

    3
    Repent which means, “turn to God” for salvation. Verbalize your belief in Jesus’ forgiveness and your regret for all the ways you have fallen short of His holiness. This is a good time to admit your personal failure and disobedience to God. Believe that Jesus Christ forgives you. Repentance always expresses itself in a changed life; you turn from sin and to Jesus Christ; then, accept your free gift of salvation by faith in Jesus’ redemptive death through grace from God.
    Express reliance upon God: Specifically, confess your spiritual need and acknowledge for yourself Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour.
    You need the Gospel of Christ: The good news of Jesus Christ, that you broke His Law but Christ took your punishment, paying your sin-fine. It is not earned, it is strictly given by God’s grace. He grants us repentance and faith in His Son in order to save us from Hell.
    Learn the difference between churches of the Gospel. Choose a Christian meeting to attend and fellowship. Consider and decide on the Baptist, Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist, Nondenominational, Orthodox, Pentecostal, Mormon, etc. denominations in order to decide which one is the Church that Christ started, the “Pillar and Foundation of Truth” .”
    https://m.wikihow.com/Be-a-Christian

    How to be a Muslim

    “1
    Make sure you know what it means to be a Muslim and how to act like one. The first and foremost rule of being a Muslim is believing in the one and only Allah. Allah is the only God, the only Creator and the Almighty. He is the only one you should be doing your good deeds for and the only who shall be worshipped. There should be nothing stood beside His place. Allah’s messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the messenger and the last Prophet who came down to Earth, and there will never be any prophets after him. Islam considers itself to be the natural way of all creation. That is, Islam is the original, perfect state of being. So, when a person “converts” to Islam, he/she is actually reverting to their own original nature.
    Islam considers anyone who follows its teachings to be a Muslim, regardless of when or where she or he lived. For instance, Islam believes that Jesus was a Muslim, though he lived hundreds of years before Islam’s historical founding.
    Allah, the Arabic word for God, refers to the same God worshiped by Christians and Jews (aka the “Abrahamic” God). Thus, Muslims revere the prophets of Christianity and Judaism (including Jesus, Moses, David, Elijah, etc.) and consider the Bible and Torah to be divinely inspired.

    2
    Read Islamic scripture. The Quran is the central religious book of Islam, believed to be the unadulterated word of God and the culmination of all previous Christian and Jewish scripture.[2] Another very important religious scripture is the Hadith, the sayings and accounts of Muhammad. Hadith collections form the basis for much of Islamic law.[3] Reading these writings will give you an understanding of the stories, laws, and teachings that make up Islamic belief.

    3
    Talk with an Imam. Imams are Islamic religious scholars who conduct religious services inside and outside the mosque (Masjid). Imams are chosen for their knowledge of Islamic scripture and their good character. A good Imam will be able to provide you with advice when deciding whether you’re ready to devote yourself to Islam.
    Note that the description above applies to imams of the majority Sunni sect of Islam. Imams have somewhat different roles in the minority Shi’a sect.[4]

    4
    Say the Shahada. If you’re absolutely sure you want to become a Muslim and fully submit to the will of Allah, all you need to do is recite the Shahada, a short oral declaration of faith. Be aware that once you have said the Shahada, you are committed to following Islam for life. The words of the Shahada are “La ilaha ill Allah, Muhammadur Rasullu llah”, which translates to “I testify that there is no other god but Allah, and Muhammad is God’s messenger (prophet).” [5] By saying the Shahada, you become a Muslim.
    The first part of the Shahada (“La ilaha illa Allah “) refers not only to deities from other religions, but also to earthly things which can take the place of Allah in your heart – wealth and power, for example. [6]
    The second part of the Shahada (“Muhammadur Rasullu llah”) is a recognition that the word of Muhammad is Allah’s messenger. Muslims are required to live by the principles of Muhammad revealed in the Quran – the Shahada is a pledge to follow these principles.
    The Shahada must be said with sincerity and understanding to be binding. You can’t become a Muslim just by pronouncing the words – the oral recitation is a reflection of belief that’s held in the heart.
    You will never kill, lie, steal, or anything of the sort, and will follow Allah’s commands detailing how He wishes to be worshiped. In other words, you will follow the Islamic rules.

    5
    To become a legal member of the Muslim community, have witnesses present at your recitation. Witnesses are not strictly required to become a Muslim – God knows all things, so a Shahada said alone, with conviction, will make you a Muslim in God’s eyes. However, to become legally recognized by the Muslim mosque, you generally must make your Shahada in front of witnesses – two Muslims or an Imam (Islamic religious leader) who is authorized to certify your new faith.

    6
    Wash yourself. Immediately upon becoming a Muslim, you should take a shower or bath as a form of purification. This is a symbolic act that signifies the washing away of the past and of emerging from darkness to light.
    No one’s sins are too grave to prohibit newfound purity. Upon making your Shahada, your past sins are forgiven and you are pure. You symbolically begin a new life centered around striving to improve your spiritual state through good deeds.
    Males are strongly recommended to submit to circumcision as soon as possible after becoming Muslim. Although this may seem daunting, it is considered important for cleanliness and represents an act of love for Allah, seeking His reward. The local mosque should be able to direct you to a nearby clinic where this quick procedure is available.”
    https://www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Muslim

    How to be sane
    Forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.

  4. I posted videos from the Vlad’s YT channel on a couple of reasonable, conservative websites. Lots of likes, but the comments – sewage.

    This response got more “likes” than the video itself. [copy-paste caps, without the {sic’s}]:

    Poland’s Plight:
    Your right!
    The Zionist’s are hard at work pushing that NWO. Their after Syria right now, Iran, N. Korea and Cuba are all they have left for total control of the planet. If the Zionist’s are defeated Poland and the World will be great again out from under their rule. Yahweh is in us and around us.

  5. To be objective, it is not Jew hatred solely of the left. However this is not to say it is of the right. One need only look at commenters on Zerohedge. Pick any story, it seems, and all roads lead to Jewish conspiracies. And I believe these types to be relatively apolitical in the sense that their focus is primarily on money and investment. I go there to find the sources of good stories–always following the links to those sources in order to avoid the garbage.Before it was sold some years ago Zerohedge focused laser-like on smart money questions by real traders–some of the smartest people around. Unfortunately this all changed. Maybe the default setting of some humans is a scapegoating mode that obscures self-deficiencies for the sake of self-preservation. Otherwise, the empirical intellectual and emotional poverty of some loser looking into the mirror would be enough for him to promptly blow his own brains out. Muhammed knew this at least viscerally, I am sure. If only we could find and disable the scapegoating gene in Muslims and give them free compact mirrors our problems would be solved. –Same goes for mealy-mouthed lazy socialists eager to spend our money.

    • Scapegoating is normally done by people who know they aren’t capable of achieving high goals but don’t want others to know this, thus they invent some reason why they haven’t been a great success. The historical attacks on the Jews provides them with a villain without the losers having to do any hard thinking. The problem is that some people who can be successful will join the movement to become an instant leader.

    • I’m seeing _plenty_ of it on the right.
      Yes, there is a dreaded ALT-RIGHT – – –
      ……And it’s NOT Pepe the Frog or Milo or Potus-45.

      Sometimes I’ll check out a site for homeschooler friends. The best moderated keep it down, sweep out the trash before it stinks up the thread. An example is the “Ron” idiot who trolls here occasionally. That’s a staple. He might pose as right-wing on commie sites.

      One conservative site posted these guidelines:

      “In Internet slang, a troll is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory,[1] extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a newsgroup, forum, chat room, or blog) with the intent of provoking readers into an emotional response[2] or of otherwise disrupting normal, on-topic discussion,[3] often for the troll’s amusement.”

      They target sites for mischief. They get off on replies, any kind of attention. They fancy themselves the agent in control of a thread. Moderators do their best, but stuff gets through.
      • Don’t encourage a troll, don’t reply, that’s usually enough.
      • If it persists, please notify the moderator.

    • Moon of Alabama is another one.
      Unfortunate. The guy knows his stuff, but if it touches his ‘sweet spot’, the analysis is totally skewed.
      Makes me want to wipe my screen, close down the browser. I don’t go there anymore.

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